Table 148Nursing home care and home health care per capita expenditures, by geographic region and State: United States, selected years 1991–98
[Data are compiled from various sources by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services]
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Geographic region and State 1 1991 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1991–98 1998
Per capita expendituresAverage annual percent changeRatio to U.S. per capita expenditures
United States$290$374$398$420$430$4335.91.00
New England4926186566886937025.21.62
 Connecticut5787347808278478605.81.99
 Maine3844925165255325384.91.24
 Massachusetts5346647027357337394.71.71
 New Hampshire2683754194504654708.31.08
 Rhode Island4435415715875746064.61.40
 Vermont3163573784034124113.90.95
Mideast24475485786096236485.51.50
 Delaware3284174554924955206.81.20
 Maryland2473233443543693957.00.91
 New Jersey3094254744995135147.51.19
 New York6287307497847898274.01.91
 Pennsylvania3534524895305595827.41.34
Great Lakes3063814054254424455.51.03
 Illinois2863593793914034095.20.94
 Indiana3314264434594704644.91.07
 Michigan2462953163393743424.80.79
 Ohio3414384685005115497.11.27
 Wisconsin3604244544664804784.21.10
Plains3274044254534654745.51.09
 Iowa3264004244614765026.41.16
 Kansas2893573744044204215.50.97
 Minnesota4124905025054965032.91.16
 Missouri2853714014434734767.61.10
 Nebraska2893783974314414596.81.06
 North Dakota3784054234424554703.21.09
 South Dakota2743453593873914015.60.93
Southeast2403403683964064047.70.93
 Alabama2133033333573693607.80.83
 Arkansas2513323593764104157.40.96
 Florida2824044394644654717.61.09
 Georgia2012883033113083086.30.71
 Kentucky2533453774114464588.81.06
 Louisiana2653894244714704317.21.00
 Mississippi2103073273673823668.30.84
 North Carolina2423553814134334308.50.99
 South Carolina1972743043373403498.50.81
 Tennessee2864104484784914747.51.09
 Virginia1772362472712892967.60.68
 West Virginia2373293754114144148.30.96
Southwest2052873183463583407.50.79
 Arizona1622472482572512425.90.56
 New Mexico1491902212392422386.90.55
 Oklahoma2573634124404264026.60.93
 Texas2092913273613813628.20.84
Rocky Mountains1932482602742832775.30.64
 Colorado2032542662893073076.10.71
 Idaho1762542662792812726.40.63
 Montana2493363463313223173.50.73
 Utah1661892032132182022.90.47
 Wyoming1732662813013082968.00.68
Far West1732262362402422455.10.57
 Alaska95121127999790−0.80.21
 California1552082182242282325.90.54
 Hawaii1601891952062152234.80.51
 Nevada1432492292182072035.10.47
 Oregon2462672752882993002.80.69
 Washington2563213443293233263.50.75
1

Data are shown for Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) regions that are constructed to show economically interdependent states. These BEA geographic regions differ from Bureau of the Census geographic divisions shown in some Health, United States tables. See Appendix II, Geographic region and division.

2

The Mideast region includes spending in the District of Columbia (DC), although it is not listed separately.

NOTE: Data for additional years are available. See Appendix III.

SOURCE: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Office of the Actuary, National Health Statistics Group, National Health Accounts, State Health Expenditures. www​.cms.hhs.gov/statistics​/nhe/state-estimates-residence/.

From: Trend Tables

Cover of Health, United States, 2005
Health, United States, 2005: With Chartbook on Trends in the Health of Americans.
National Center for Health Statistics (US) .
Hyattsville (MD): National Center for Health Statistics (US); 2005 Nov.

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